Following the first day of competition, Louisville leads the meet on both the men’s and women’s sides.
Louisville’s Mallory Comerford has been having a stellar start to the season, and today’s dual meet was no exception.
The Wolverines secured the tripleheader victory by picking up their 2nd session win on Saturday morning, and finished off the meet by winning the 3rd session for a sweep over the Cardinals.
Watch Zach Harting, and all the A-final race winners, from the first night of action in Minneapolis at the 2016 U.S. Open Swimming Championships.
Bethany Galat is having a strong meet this week at U.S. Open in Minneapolis. She is looking to add a Day 3 title in the 400 IM to her Day 2 win in the 200 breast.
Cardinal Aquatics/Louisville’s Mallory Comerford was the fastest qualifier for the women’s 100 meter freestyle final and will battle Australia’s Shayna Jack for the U.S. Open title on Day 1.
The 2016 U.S. Open got underway Tuesday morning with the preliminary heats of the women’s and men’s 200 fly and 100 free. The slower heats of Olympic distance events (w800, m1500) will begin this afternoon.
While Batman’s alias has throughout history been Bruce Wayne, this week it’s been Louisville swimmer Zach Harting, who hasn’t shied away from revealing his true identity.
Phelps is the top seed and heavy favorite in the 200m butterfly and will be looking to qualify for his fifth Olympic team, something only one other American swimmer (Dara Torres) has done during their career.
On night three action returns to Omaha where six more roster spots are on the line for swimmers hoping to punch in their tickets to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
After an eventful first few days of competition it’s finally time to see Michael Phelps return to Olympic trials action.
The individual lineups for the 800 free relays have dropped at the 2016 men’s NCAA Championships, with most of the expected names on the list, including Texas duo Joseph Schooling and Jack Conger.
After tying in the 100 butterfly yesterday morning, Michael Andrew will be right next to Michael Phelps in the 100 backstroke. Phelps is entered with a 53.76 and Andrew is entered with a 54.74.
Bronte and Cate Campbell are two of the deadliest sprinters in the world right now.
Relive the thrill of Michael Phelps’ 1:52.94 in the 200 fly, as well as the rest of Day Two’s finals from U.S. Nationals in San Antonio, Texas.